The sea turtle can actually turn to the side if faced with a predator like a tiger shark, which will try to get the shell or a flipper in its mouth. When the turtle turns its shell facing the shark, the shark can't wrap its mouth around the shell, so it acts like a shield.
The leatherback turtle does not have competition for its food. This turtle mainly eats jellyfish and the venom from the jellyfish helps the turtle against predators.
a sea turtle is a predator
It does not. It does not have predators in the deep sea.
when a sea turtle is young and making its way to the ocean its predators are dogs, foxes, birds, and crabs. for an adult sea turtle its predators are whales and sharks.
the predators are man, sharks, and big craters
I thing it was the Leatherback Sea turtle.
The 5 predators of the sea turtle are mainly Tiger sharks. Tiger sharks mostly eat the adult sea turtles. Other predators are dogs, fishes, seabirds and crabs, they eat the eggs or the hatchlings of the sea turtles.
Yes, Kemp Radley Sea Turtles do have predators they are crabs and racoon's.
With spicules and spongin
it defends its self by using its shell
sea turtle use there shell to fend off predators
One of the predators of the sea turtle is the tiger shark. People also eat turtles. If an animal can get through the turtle's shell, they will eat the turtle. The shell is the turtle's defense, among other uses. Gulls and crabs eat turtles.
no but insted the have a scaley shell which is there home and protects them from predators
the reason why it is green is because it has to hide from predators,
whales, sea turtle. really anthing larger than it.
the only real threat to an adult sea turtle is a tiger shark and man
A chambered nautilus has predators such as the octopus, triggerfish, shark and sea turtle.
It goes into it's shell. I don't really know, it was a guess.
There are 6 species of sea turtles.green sea turtlehawksbill sea turtleflatback sea turtleloggerhead sea turtleKemp's ridley sea turtleolive ridley sea turtle
A Sea Turtle on a Sea turtle doing it
Man, and our fishing nets, where the Sea Turtle will most likely kill itself struggling against the net or killed by the Fisherman/women.